Matt Gaetz goes completely bonkers as the criminal case gets even uglier against him

And now an update in the life of the narcissistic and moronic Congressman otherwise known as Matt Gaetz. Gaetz (screwed-insurrection party-Florida) has been embroiled in so much drama lately that it’s hard to keep track of all of it. First, there is the case of the missing money.

Then, there is the Memorial day prank where Gaetz unwittingly tweeted out a picture of Lee Harvey Oswald thinking it was a Twitter user’s jovial grandaddy. And now, of course, Gaetz is being investigated for obstruction of justice.

Obstruction of justice is a very serious crime, and if this alleged accusation is found to be true, it is just another legal woe for Gaetz. So what is Matt doing about all this? Is he showing humility? Is he eloquently and courageously explaining himself?

The answers to these questions are no and no. Because doing those things would be showing decency, which is a trait the Floridian seems to fall short of.

Instead, Gaetz, in a frantic effort to change the subject, is tweeting like the mad person he is. Many of his tweets don’t make sense and are perhaps providing unintentional entertainment.

Take the following one. Axios was describing how a large beef producer was a victim of a cybersecurity attack. Gaetz tweeted this to President Biden, and no, I am not making this up:

@JoeBiden,
“Where’s the beef?”

Oh no, Matt. You didn’t. I am sorry to say that he did. And quicker than one could say, “Twitter ratio,” the replies began.

Some were pretty funny such as multiple tweets saying things like this:

“On Venmo.”

“At the Prom.”

“Where’s the boat?”

“with the Sugar Daddies.”

Sigh. As you can see, this tweet did not turn out well for Gaetz. And there are plenty more where those came from. This guy needs an attorney to guide him. Perhaps Alan Dershowitz is up for the job.

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